Will Higher Repetitions with Shorter Rest Intervals Make Me “CUT”?

Dave_muscle_TMAccording to Marcas Bamman, director of the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Center for Exercise Medicine, about 70% of folks will respond to muscle-building programs. 

So the chances of getting more lean are pretty good for most of us.

From a nutritional and fitness perspective, the only way to get “cut” is to lose the body fat that covers lean muscle.  This is based on following a personalized lean body meal plan.

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Now that you’ve got a personalized meal plan, keep in mind that a personalized lean meal plan is only part of the equation.  The other part is to build the muscle.  Building the muscle creates the “cut” appearance. This is done with a muscle-building program.

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SUMMARY:

If you have the genetics for it, the effect of higher repetitions with shorter intervals will be a leaner body.  This requires a disciplined muscle building program, cardiovascular training and most importantly, a personalized diet plan that focuses on lean body development and fat loss.

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About Dave Barnas, M.S., CES, NASM-CPT

Dave is the true health guy. He is the founder and owner of True Health Unlimited, LLC, a personal health and fitness company in Tolland, CT. Dave earned both a Bachelor's (1998) and Master's Degree (2000) in Nutritional Science from the University of Connecticut, and also holds certifications as a National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer, National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist, Aerobics and Fitness Association of America Group Instructor, and Nutrition Specialist. He's also the lead author for four published works. Dave has over 25,000 hours of combined experience in nutrition counseling, dietary supplement advising, personal training, corrective exercise training, health coaching and public speaking. In addition, he's spent over 20 years studying spirituality, meditation, and personal growth strategies. Dave's clients are all ages: youth, college championship level athletes, folks in their retired years, and everywhere in between. He's worked with three of the nation's leading physicians as a dietary supplement advisor and been a guest lecturer at Harvard University, Yale University, UConn, St. Joseph College and various church groups, health clubs, and high schools. In 2013, he was invited to Whole Foods Market to share his Real Food Therapy Guide. And in 2015, Dave's funny "Snowga" (yoga in the snow) video caught the attention of The National Weather Channel, who aired it to shake off cabin fever and bring laughter. In 2016, Dave & Hollie (his wife) founded Wellness Writers and deliver evidence-based Wellness E-newsletters to spread a message of health and happiness to various businesses throughout the US. Dave currently serves as a wellness coach and writer for several businesses, gyms and wellness facilities throughout the US.

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